History Trivia / PokemonTheFirstMovie

1st Jan '16 7:03:50 PM Mario1995
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: This film as well as the latter two movies took years to get a Blu-ray disc release thanks to years of disputes between Warner Bros. (the licensees of the movies for all territories except Japan), The Pokemon Company, Nintendo and Toho. By TheNewTens, fans we're getting irritated over having to deal with the 4:3 aspect ratio of the DVD and VHS releases and pushed for the disputes to end so they could get the films remastered for high definition. The disputes were finally resolved in December 2015, and a Blu-ray disc release of all three movies in a triple-feature Steelbook pack was announced for release in February 2016, in time for the ''Pokémon'' franchise's [[MilestoneCelebration twentieth anniversary]]![[note]]Though there are a couple of catches: First, the films will be presented ''only'' with the 4Kids English dubs in 2.0 lossy stereo sound, and second, all of the special features from the DVDs will not be available in the set, meaning no Pikachu shorts at the beginning, either[[/note]]
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: This film as well as the latter two movies took years to get a Blu-ray disc release thanks to years of disputes between Warner Bros. (the licensees of the movies for all territories except Japan), The Pokemon Company, Nintendo and Toho. By TheNewTens, fans we're getting irritated over having to deal with the 4:3 aspect ratio of the DVD and VHS releases and pushed for the disputes to end so they could get the films remastered for high definition. The disputes were finally resolved in December 2015, and a Blu-ray disc release of all three movies in a triple-feature Steelbook pack was announced for release in February 2016, in time for the ''Pokémon'' franchise's [[MilestoneCelebration twentieth anniversary]]![[note]]Though there are a couple of catches: First, the films will be presented ''only'' with the 4Kids English dubs in 2.0 lossy stereo sound, and second, all of the special features from the DVDs [=DVDs=] will not be available in the set, meaning no Pikachu shorts at the beginning, either[[/note]]
1st Jan '16 7:03:06 PM Mario1995
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: This film as well as the latter two movies took years to get a Blu-ray disc release thanks to years of disputes between Warner Bros. (the licensees of the movies for all territories except Japan), The Pokemon Company, Nintendo and Toho. By TheNewTens, fans we're getting irritated over having to deal with the 4:3 aspect ratio of the DVD and VHS releases and pushed for the disputes to end so they could get the films remastered for high definition. The disputes were finally resolved in December 2015, and a Blu-ray disc release of all three movies in a triple-feature Steelbook pack was announced for release in February 2016, in time for the ''Pokémon'' franchise's [[MilestoneCelebration twentieth anniversary]]![[note]]Though there are a couple of catches: First, the films will be presented ''only'' with the 4Kids English dubs in 2.0 lossy stereo sound, and second, all of the special features from the DVDs will not be available in the set, meaning no Pikachu shorts at the beginning, either[[/note]]
30th Dec '15 8:35:04 AM Mario1995
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** When the triple-film DVD came out in 2009, many expected all three movies, including this one, to be widescreen unlike the previous VHS and DVD release. Sadly...no dice.
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** When the triple-film DVD came out in 2009, many expected all three movies, including this one, to be widescreen unlike the previous VHS and DVD release. Sadly...no dice. This was later remedied with the upcoming triple feature Blu-ray release in 2016.
17th Aug '15 2:33:20 PM CJCroen1393
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*** Granted the actual dialogue still implies that Mew's opinion on the clones was more than a little low.
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*** ** Granted the actual dialogue still implies that Mew's opinion on the clones was more than a little low.
17th Aug '15 2:33:04 PM CJCroen1393
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*** Granted the actual dialogue still implies that Mew's opinion on the clones was more than a little low.
28th Jun '15 7:01:42 AM J-Kenn
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*** And he apparently voiced Mr. Fuji as well, instead of Creator/MaddieBlaustein.
15th Apr '15 2:35:22 PM MagBas
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unfortunate implications need citations
** Basically the rumor came from UnfortunateImplications, half-jokingly suggested by [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]'s, [[WebVideo/ThatDudeInTheSuede Suede]]'s, and [[WebVideo/YouCanPlayThis Jew Wario]]'s crossover review. Complete with clips of Mew PuttingOnTheReich.
8th Mar '15 11:57:14 PM Karxrida
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* BadExportForYou: When the triple-film DVD came out in 2009, many expected all three movies, including this one, to be widescreen unlike the previous VHS and DVD release. Sadly...no dice. ** There's also the fact that no Western DVD release has included the Japanese version. This is par for the course for ''Pokémon'', but the Japanese version of this movie is in greater demand than the other movies due to its differences from the English version. * HeyItsThatVoice: Mewtwo's Japanese voice actor, Masachika Ichimura, once played Eric in the stage adaption of ''ThePhantomOfTheOpera''. That's right, Japanese Mewtwo is The Phantom. And [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Jack Skellington]] too.
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* BadExportForYou: BadExportForYou: ** When the triple-film DVD came out in 2009, many expected all three movies, including this one, to be widescreen unlike the previous VHS and DVD release. Sadly...no dice. ** There's also the fact that no No Western DVD release has included the Japanese version. This is par for the course for ''Pokémon'', but the Japanese version of this movie is in greater demand than the other movies due to its differences from the English version. * HeyItsThatVoice: HeyItsThatVoice: ** Mewtwo's Japanese voice actor, Masachika Ichimura, once played Eric in the stage adaption of ''ThePhantomOfTheOpera''. That's right, Japanese Mewtwo is The Phantom. And [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Jack Skellington]] too.

* UrbanLegendOfZelda: There's a rumor circling that Mew in the Japanese version said that the originals were inferior and should perish. According to Meowth (Nyarth in this version) its dialogue was:
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* UrbanLegendOfZelda: UrbanLegendOfZelda: ** There's a rumor circling that Mew in the Japanese version said that the originals were inferior and should perish. According to Meowth (Nyarth in this version) its dialogue was:
3rd Mar '15 8:13:16 AM NWolfman
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: The English dub's soundtrack is a nice little time capsule of late 90s bubblegum pop.
19th Nov '14 1:05:38 AM Shadao
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** Recently, it's been revealed that [[http://www.behindthevoiceactors.com/forums/showthread.php?t=13970 the reports of the death of Mewtwo's original VA]] [[Creator/MarkTwain have been greatly exaggerated]].
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** Recently, it's been revealed that [[http://www.behindthevoiceactors.com/forums/showthread.php?t=13970 the reports of the death of Mewtwo's original VA]] [[Creator/MarkTwain have been been]] [[ReportsOfMyDeathWereGreatlyExaggerated greatly exaggerated]].
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